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Chelsea Manning

Chelsea Elizabeth Manning (born Bradley Edward Manning, December 17, 1987) is a United States Army soldier who was convicted by court-martial in July 2013 of violations of the Espionage Act and other offenses, after disclosing to WikiLeaks nearly three-quarters of a million classified or unclassified but sensitive military and diplomatic documents. Manning was sentenced in August 2013 to 35 years imprisonment, with the possibility of parole in the eighth year, and to be dishonorably discharged from... read more

Wikipedia:Good article reassessment/Chelsea Manning/1

===Chelsea Manning===One of the criteria for GA is stability. I believe that, given the recent events, this article is nowhere near stable. -- 李博杰  | —Talk contribs email 09:08, 23 August 2013 (UTC)Who cares if it is counterproductive? De-listing it should be the last thing in people's minds. Waiting for a couple weeks is best recommended, but we'll anticipate the edit warring to heat up and then cool down. Trust me, I did "reassessments" before, and I realized too late that... read more

Starr Manning

Starr Manning is a fictional character from the ABC Daytime soap opera ''One Life to Live''. Born onscreen on January 8, 1996, the role was initially portrayed by infant children. In 1998, Starr was rapidly aged, re-establishing her birth year as 1992 when young actress Kristen Alderson debuted in the childhood role. Following the cancellation of ''One Life to Live'' and its conclusion in 2012, Alderson carried the role over to ABC's last remaining soap opera, ''General Hospital'', winning a Daytime... read more

United States v. Manning

''United States v. Manning'' was the court-martial of former United States Army Private First Class Bradley E. ManningJennifer Rizzo, CNN, February 23, 2012. (known after the trial as Chelsea Manning).Patrick Semansky, Toronto Star, August 22, 2013.Manning was arrested in May 2010 in Iraq, where he had been stationed since October 2009, after Adrian Lamo, a computer hacker in the United States, provided information to Army Counterintelligence that Manning had acknowledged passing classified material... read more

Chelsea Bun House

The building was painted by Frederick Napoleon Shepherd in 1839 just before it was demolished.Inside were clocks, curiosities, models, paintings and statues as museum pieces.The old Chelsea Bun House was a shop in Chelsea which sold buns in the 18th century. It was famous for its Chelsea bun and also did a great trade in hot cross buns at Easter. It was patronised by royalty such as Kings George II, George III and their family.==History==It was on Jew's Row, by Grosvenor Row, on the main road from... read more


Manning (aka Mannion, Manning) is a family name .==Origin and meaning==Manning is from an old Norse word — manningi — meaning a brave or valiant man; and one of the first forms of the name was Mannin; another cartography was Mannygn. One historian gives a Saxon origin for the family, which he calls "ancient and noble". According to him, Manning was the name of a town in Saxony, and from it the surname sprang.Other historians make Mannheim, Germany, the cradle of the family, and begin... read more

Wikipedia:Arbitration/Requests/Case/Manning naming dispute/Evidence

Do NOT remove other users' evidence from this page. If you do, you will be blocked without further warning.Any editor may add evidence to this page, irrespective of whether they are involved in the dispute. You must submit evidence in your own section. Editors who change other users' evidence may be blocked without warning; if you have a concern with or objection to another user's evidence, contact the committee by e-mail or on the talk page. The standard limits for all evidence submissions are:... read more

Wikipedia:Arbitration/Requests/Case/Manning naming dispute

Case opened on 20:41, 5 September 2013 (UTC)Case closed on 01:21, 16 October 2013 (UTC)Case amended on 22:20, 24 October 2013 (UTC)Watchlist all case (and talk) pages: , Do not edit this page unless you are an arbitrator or clerk, or you are adding yourself as a party to this case. Statements on this page are copies of the statements submitted in the original request to arbitrate this dispute, and serve as verbatim copies; therefore, they may not be edited or removed. (However, lengthy statements... read more

Sion Manning Roman Catholic Girls' School

Sion–Manning Roman Catholic Girls' School is a Roman Catholic school situated in Ladbroke Grove, London. It is part of a cluster of Catholic institutions located at St Charles Square which includes St Charles Catholic Primary School, St Charles Catholic Sixth Form College, St Pius X Church, various community centres and the Carmelite .The school educates girls aged between 11 - 16, and has no sixth form.==History==Cardinal Manning had the vision to expand Catholic education in London but distrusted... read more

Wikipedia:Arbitration/Requests/Case/Manning naming dispute/Workshop

The purpose of the workshop is for the parties to the case, other interested members of the community, and members of the Arbitration Committee to post proposed components of the final decisions for review and comment. Proposals may include proposed general principles, findings of fact, remedies, and enforcement provisions, which are the four types of proposals that can be included in the final decision. The workshop also includes a section (at the page-bottom) for analysis of the /Evidence, and... read more

Chelsea Chelsea Bang Bang

''Chelsea Chelsea Bang Bang'' is a book by Chelsea Handler that was published in March 2010.==Synopsis==The book consists of humorous essays written by Chelsea about her various life experiences. The essays are often blatantly vulgar, much like the ones in Handler's previous two published books. The vulgarity of the stories have in some cases become a point of controversy among parts of the public; however, her fans argue that her straightforwardness and brutal honesty contribute to the book's appeal.==Essays==The... read more

List of charges in United States v. Manning

''United States v. Manning'' is the court-martial case involving United States Army Private First Class Bradley Manning (now known as Chelsea Manning), who delivered U.S. government documents to persons not authorized to receive them in 2009 and 2010. Media reports said that the receiver was Julian Assange of WikiLeaks. Manning was arrested in May 2010and a court-martial was held in June–August 2013. The charges were related to events which occurred "at or near" Contingency Operating Station Hammer,... read more

Wikipedia:Arbitration/Requests/Case/Manning naming dispute/Proposed decision

Under no circumstances may this page be edited, except by members of the Arbitration Committee or the case Clerks. Please submit comment on the proposed decision to the talk page.==Proposed motions==Arbitrators may place proposed motions affecting the case in this section for voting. Typical motions might be to close or dismiss a case without a full decision (a reason should normally be given), or to add an additional party (although this can also be done without a formal motion as long as the new... read more

Peyton Manning

Peyton Williams Manning (born March 24, 1976) is a former American football American footballquarterback who played 18 seasons in the American footballquarterbackNational Football League (NFL). Considered to be one of the greatest quarterbacks of all-time, he spent the majority of his career with American footballquarterbackNational Football LeagueIndianapolis Colts . In his last four seasons, he played with the American footballquarterbackNational Football LeagueIndianapolis ColtsDenver... read more

Ricky Manning

Richard "Ricky" Manning, Jr. (born November 18, 1980) is a former American football American footballcornerback and a former High School Football Coach in Fresno, California. He played American footballcornerbackcollege football at UCLA and was drafted by the UCLACarolina Panthers in the third round of the UCLACarolina Panthers2003 NFL Draft . Along with the Panthers he also played for the UCLACarolina Panthers2003 NFL DraftChicago Bears , UCLACarolina Panthers2003 NFL DraftChicago... read more


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